[loh-lev-uh l] /ˈloʊˈlɛv əl/
undertaken by or composed of members having a low status:
a low-level discussion.
having low status:
undertaken at or from a low altitude:
Linguistics. occurring or operating at the phonetic level of linguistic representation or analysis:
low-level rules governing assimilation.
- Low-level language
noun 1. a computer programming language that is closer to machine language than to human language Compare high-level language language Any programming language which either is assembly language, or which is meant to be closely related to, and easily translated into, machine language. Low-level languages lack the amenities of high-level languages but it may be […]
- Low-level waste
noun 1. waste material contaminated by traces of radioactivity that can be disposed of in steel drums in concrete-lined trenches but not (since 1983) in the sea Compare high-level waste, intermediate-level waste
[loh-lahyf] /ˈloʊˌlaɪf/ noun, plural lowlifes. 1. a despicable person, especially a degenerate or immoral person. /ˈləʊˌlaɪf/ noun (pl) -lifes 1. (slang)
[loh-lahyf] /ˈloʊˌlaɪf/ noun, plural lowlifes. 1. a despicable person, especially a degenerate or immoral person. /ˈləʊˌlaɪf/ noun (pl) -lifes 1. (slang) adj. “disreputable, vulgar,” 1794, from low (adj.) + life; as a noun, “coarse, no-good person” it is recorded from 1911. Also lowlife. adjective : fancies himself in love with the raucous, lowlife Doreen (1794+) […]